Sandi Toksvig returns with a brand-new series of QI, bringing her charm, wit and naughty humour to the immensely popular award-winning panel show. Series nineteen of the quiz show is full of facts about topics starting with the letter R, but the questions are so difficult the panel almost never get a right answer - so points are only awarded to contestants if they give answers that are deemed "Quite Interesting". Naturally, the show boasts a host of witty guest contestants from the world of entertainment - including Holly Walsh, Tom Allen, Aisling Bea, Gyles Brandreth, Susan Colman and John Barrowman - as well as the hapless and truly unfathomable Alan Davies.
Why do British men struggle to talk about their emotions? The Duke of Cambridge has spent the past year campaigning to change attitudes to mental health in Britain. Spurred on by the fact that suicide is the biggest killer of young men in this country, he wants to use football as a way to get men talking and to break the taboo that surrounds mental health. As a real fan of the sport, William has seen the way men express their feelings at football games. Now he wants to help men show the same passion and openness away from the game. The film follows William as he meets players and fans from grassroots to the elite of the game and openly discusses their mental health challenges.
The hilarious topical panel show based around opinion polls, surveys and statistics is back with a brand-new series, hosted by Jimmy Carr and new regular team captains Katherine Ryan and Rob Beckett. The teams get their heads around the topics of the week, discussing both the silly and the serious. No subject is off limits, from showbiz gossip to world politics to everyday nonsense. Guests for this series include Richard Osman, Rosie Jones, Joel Dommett, Joe Swash, Angela Scanlon, Jamali Maddix and Maisie Adam.
Donald Trump is the most famous person on the planet. He has turned American politics into a reality TV show. How did we get here?
Trump: The White House Years is an ingenious dissection of the greatest storm in American political history. The world has never seen a president like Donald Trump. Ever since he brought his bold, brash business instincts and the lessons from a career as a reality TV star to Washington, he has turned all conceptions of the presidency on its head. With first-hand testimony from insiders, colleagues and opponents, the series follows this controversial US president's journey, revealing how he has changed the presidency - and how it has changed him.
BBC Brit offers premium factual entertainment that is intelligent but irreverent. Aimed at men but with broader appeal, it blends expertise with entertainment and fact with fun. The channel is the exclusive home of Top Gear and covers a rich variety of subjects: cars, science, adventure, business, food, life-changing moments, extreme characters, quirky eccentrics, music, sport and comedy.